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Korean 120/Ling 177 Week 3 Wed Structure of Korean 1/19/2011 1 Homework #1 Review 1. Agglutinative morphology: Agglutinative language is that a sequence of affixes or particles is attached to stems or roots to form words. Ex. 고양이ㅤ 쥐에게 잡히었어요 . + + + + : verb root : passive suffix : past suffix : verbal suffix indicating a sentence ender (informal ending) : polite ending 2. Bright vowels: They reflect the meanings of small, affectionate, cute, feminine, fragile, flimsy, frivolous, bright, and happy. Ex. - Bright vowels ( , , ): bright, sharp, light, small, quick movement - Dark vowels ( , , ): dark, heavy, dull, slow, deep 3. Diphthongs 13 complex vowels (diphthongs): combination of basic vowel plus gliding (semi-vowel) ‘y’ or ‘w’ /y/ diphthongs: /w/ diphthongs: Cf. 8 simple vowels ( , , , , , , , ) 4. Interrogative endings: Sentence endings that are used in an interrogative type of sentence (in questions). Ex.
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